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Emma Pearson 

Emma Pearson’s project was based around the ADHD brain and overstimulation, exploring the less commonly spoken about symptoms.

Charlotte Frankel

Not only has Bucks showed the artist how to find a place in the creative industry, it has given Charlotte Frankel the tools to create a unique ad.

Harrison Holt

Brand identity interests Harrison Holt, a designer who has always had an urge to help people. Holt is looking toward future projects and collaborations.

Cleo Sloggett

Cleo Sloggett’s project is based upon the experimental testing and manipulation of fabrics: stretching, shrinking, ripping, sewing and burning.

Eleanor Elson

Eleanor Elson takes a deep dive into salt – exploring in its physical forms, as well as its chemical properties, to ask questions about value.

Lucy Hazell

Lucy Hazell develops garments inspired by Brutalist architecture and nature, combining organic forms with manmade structures.

Giesle and Katie

Giesle and Katie are a Creative Advertising duo whose work is a mixed pot of different ideas – showcasing their skills across all kinds of brands.

Izzy Howden

Izzy Howden’s project explores Greek mythology from a modern female perspective. 86 identical screen prints are based upon The Rape of Persephone.

Yasmin McNeill

McNeill’s publication is dedicated to educating audiences on animal extinction – exploring why it happens, who causes it and how to prevent it.

Scott Davies

Embracing period hair and makeup, Scott Davies has fine tuned a passion for special effects, whilst embarking on daring editorial projects.

Eva Mancey

What do people do in Croxley? Mancey looks at the daily lives of people who live there, documenting how and where they spend time.

Georgia + Kia

Georgia plus Kia are a Creative Advertising team built at Bucks, currently living, laughing and loving as Creative Strategists at TikTok.

Alex Sayers

Alex Sayers’ project is about colour and people. The artist set out to explore the connections people have to colour, breaking down binaries.

Lydia Edmonds

Lydia Edmonds’ niche lies with hairstyling and wigs, with a favourite look of 1920s finger waves. This project is based on Victorian children’s toys.

Refika Salih

Refika Salih is a makeup artist who takes inspiration from The Brothers Grimm fairy tales, in which a character disguised herself as a bird.

Growth and Acceptance

Butterflies encircle faces. Orange balloons float in mid-air. Deep blue leaves engulf bodies. Fares Micue is a self-taught conceptual photographer.

Madeleine Morgan

Madeleine Morgan explores body language, looking at how someone’s physicality may change in response to how they have been told to behave.

Ella Woodcock

Ella Woodcock’s project is about “collective joy”, and is inspired by the places the artist would go to before the pandemic to enjoy music.

Charlotte Ketteridge

Charlotte Ketteridge has designed a new festival informing 16-24-year-olds about the benefits of positive actions and thinking in everyday life.

Zara Ahmed

How often do you ask where your clothes come from? Ahmed’s campaign was created to shed light on issues arising from fast fashion industries.